Attic House is a remarkable cedar country house with verandahs
and balconies reminiscent of grand guest houses of 100 years ago - but the facilities
are strictly today. Here is fine accommodation in the heart of the forest-and-fern-covered
Dandenong Ranges, only 50 minutes east of Melbourne.
The Dandenongs are great for walkers - wonderful for exploring the Australian bush. A short distance from Attic House are the William Ricketts Sanctuary, a multitude of craft shops and tearooms, the Puffing Billy Steam Railway, and a panoramic view of Melbourne from the summit of Mount Dandenong.
The mountain location and fresh climate makes hills gardens very special. Many, such as the internationally renowned National Rhododendron Garden, are open for inspection.
Attic House is high on a hillside half-acre, overlooking native Australian forest and surrounded by mature English trees
On arrival at Attic House, you will be welcomed with home-cooked afternoon tea on the shady verandahs or in the Guest Lounge beside the fire. Next morning, a breakfast in your room, in the Dining Room or on the verandahs - wherever you prefer. An evening meal is available by prior arrangement, or there are ten resaurants within easy reach.
1438 Mount Dandenong Tourist Road, Mount Dandenong, Victoria,
Telephone: (03) 9751 1397
Fax: (03) 9751 2889
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